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We live in a “social networking reality” world right now. This is really cool and I think this initiative should be supported, not only from the government side but also from the “people” side.
It would be wonderful if everyone possessed the ability to determine if certain foods are healthy. I guess education from an early age of what is considered to be healthy would be ideal but is not always the case with certain demographics.
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